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M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
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M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
M learn2010 mavroudi (final)
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M learn2010 mavroudi (final)

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presented in the mlearn2010 - 9th World conference in mobile & contextual learning

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  • 1. Learning Design for mobile and contextual learning Anna Mavroudi, Open University of Cyprus (Cyprus) Thanasis Hadzilacos, Open University of Cyprus (Cyprus) & Research-Academic Computer Technology Institute (Greece) Dimitris Kalles, Hellenic Open University (Greece)
  • 2. The need... standardisation in the m-learning field  avoid the need to redesign from scratch suitable context model describe the relationships among context types context inference context abstraction (Dey, 2000) 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 3. ...and the challenge “ the development of methodologies [....] already adopted in desktop-based learning and adapt it to suit mobile environments” (Berri, 2006) 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 4. Background - Key concepts Mobile learning Context-awareness Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) IMS Learning Design (LD) specification - it allows various kinds of learning strategies to be expressed and - its language itself remains pedagogically neutral (IMS GLC, 2006) 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 5. Background - Interrelations Context-aware SOA & mobile learning (Chang et al, 2008) Learning Design approach & SOA (Mc Andrew, 2006) Learning Design for mobile & personalized learning (Siadaty el al, 2008) Learning Design & adaptation ( Burgos & Specht, 2006) 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 6. Outline
    • a conceptual extension of the IMS LD Information Model suitable for mobile and contextual learning
    • the extended Information Model
    • the resulting context aware model and
    • the ontology derived from this model
    20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 7. Learning Design Information model 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 8. Context-aware m-Learning Design (cam-LD) Information Model 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 9. Context-aware m-Learning Design (cam-LD) Information Model 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 10. UML block diagram of the m-learning environment 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 11. Use case: Virtual Labs 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 12. Context – modeling with the use of ontologies 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010 ontology-based approach is the most efficient for the purpose of context modeling (Strang & Linnhof, 2004)
  • 13. Twofold evaluation (pedagogical & technical)
    • Analysis of the server Log files
    • Feedback from the interaction with the system
    • Questionnaires
    • Usability testing
    20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 14. Future Implications & Stakeholder analysis Main research goal : facilitate the numerous already existing LD-compliant tools in the field of mobile and contextual learning Target groups : researchers (e-learning and m-learning), instructional designers, standardization bodies, industry 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 15. Thank you! objections, comments, questions? 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010
  • 16. Methodology: two parallel swimlanes 20-22/10/2010 In Proceedings of mLearn2010

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